Monday, April 30, 2007

Norah Jones starring in Wong Kar Wai's My Blueberry Nights

Studio Canal is proud to announce the selection of Wong Kar Wai’s first English language feature MY BLUEBERRY NIGHTS as the Opening Night Film of the 60th Cannes Film Festival on May 16th. The screening will be the World Premiere of the romantic drama starring Norah Jones, Jude Law, David Strathairn, Rachel Weisz and Natalie Portman. The selection marks the first time in Cannes’ history that a film by a Chinese director has kicked off the Festival.

Jeremy (Jude Law) runs a small café in New York. Every evening, Elizabeth (Norah Jones, in her acting debut) comes in and orders a slice of blueberry pie and gazes out the window. One night, she tells Jeremy her story: a man she thought she could never live without has left her.

After that, Elizabeth disappears. Jeremy discovers that she has left town and set off on a long journey towards a new beginning. Along the way, she befriends various people (David Strathairn, Rachel Weisz and Natalie Portman) with dilemmas of their own.

Shot across the United States in New York, Memphis, Nevada and along the legendary Route 66, the film is an intimate tale of love and self-discovery that features Wong’s trademark visual flair and colourful characters.

“It’s a great honour to be the first Chinese filmmaker to receive this coveted slot,” stated Wong Kar Wai. “I am delighted to return to Cannes this year and be part of the Opening Night festivities for its 60th anniversary.”

Wong Kar Wai is an award-winning writer/director whose unique style has influenced a generation of filmmakers. His acclaimed work includes the art house hits In the Mood for Love, Happy Together (which earned him the Best Director Award at the 1997 Cannes Film Festival), and Chungking Express and 2046.

MY BLUEBERRY NIGHTS is a Block 2 Pictures presentation of a Jet Tone Films Production. The screenplay, based on a story by Wong Kar Wai, was written by Wong and Lawrence Block. The Director of Photography is Darius Khondji and the Production Designer and Editor is William Chang.

Hallmark Channel enters a new chapter with Cages

For the first time ever, Hallmark Channel will showcase an Asian movie, Cages, in its programme line-up. Shot entirely in Singapore, Cages was acquired recently by Sparrowhawk International and will debut on 13th May to coincide with Mother’s day. Cages will be seen by over 21 million viewers in 20 Asian countries which include Singapore, Malaysia, South Korea and Thailand. Cages will be the main highlight of Hallmark Channel’s Mother’s Day Specials.

Last March, the visually impaired was invited to watch this film in the cinema. According to one of the attendees, the vocal part of the movie provides him with the story line. Examples ofenhanced sound effects include singing birds, rain falling on the ground and"angry" sounds after an argument.

Cages is about a strong, single mother who comes face-to-face with her despised and estranged father of 20 years. It is a story of three generations, blinded by miscommunication and family expectations guided to clarity by her 7 year old son, who is visually impaired. The movie was shot entirely in High-Definition video, facilitating the beautiful cinematography of the Singapore landscape.

Cages features Singaporean actress, Tan Kheng Hua in her first international starring role in a movie. It also stars Oscar nominee, the late Japanese-American actor Makoto Iwamatsu, world-renowned Zelda Rubinstein of Poltergeist fame, and Bollywood actor Asrani.

Making his acting debut is Singaporean Dickson Tan, who is visually impaired – he personally typed the script in Braille. The movie has enhanced sound effects to give the visually impaired an opportunity to experience the film better.

According to the Managing Director of Sparrowhawk International (Asia Pacific), Andrew Hanna, “This is Hallmark Channel’s first acquisition of Asian content – we chose Cages for its high production values, sterling performances and compelling story. We are dedicated to delivering the very best in contemporary television drama, with stories and situations that strike a chord with lives we lead today – and we felt Cages met those standards. We hope the story will touch audiences across Asia.”

Cages is written and directed by American Graham Streeter and beautifully cinematographed by Mark Lapwood. Cages were shot in places such as Club Street, Ang Mo Kio Bird Arena, Thian Hock Kheng Temple, Chinatown, Arab Street, Changi Jetty and the now defunct Tiong Bahru bird aviary.

Read the review of Cages here

Friday, April 27, 2007

Interactive Cinema and Live Musical Show - this School Holidays at Golden Village VivoCity

Every child has the chance to win a trip to Hello Music Land, Australia!


Hello Music Land introduces audiences to the wonderful world of music through a combined cinema and live musical stage show which offers families an incredible cross-platform entertainment experience.

Hello Music Land is presented via the LICKs 5D format (Live Interactive Cinema for Kids) and returns to Singapore for the 2nd season for two weeks starting from 24th of May.
LICKS 5D combines:
• 3D interactive cinema animation
• 4thD - a live musical stage show
• 5thD - audience interaction with the stage and screen

Family Experience
Educational & Interactive - Children and parents interact with the characters on stage and screen through sing along, dance along songs, musical games and imaginative stories.
Star on stage in Australia contest – Every child has the chance to win a trip with an accompanying adult and even the chance to ‘star on stage’ alongside Hello Music friends in Australia.

Once audience members help colourful live host “Quickles” open the Hello Music gates, they enter a magical world where they meet musical friends VINNIE VIOLIN, DIMMIE DRUM and PENNY PIANO. They will soon learn VINNIE has lost his bow (BowBow) and thus commences a musical adventure through Hello Music Land, looking for BowBow amidst a smorgasbord of catchy sing-along and dance-along items, interactive musical games, a magical storybook, a ride on the Rainbow Road and climaxing in a super big musical finale’. Running time - 75 minutes.


Date: 24 May to 3 June 2007
Time: 7.00p.m. nightly, from Thursday to Sunday
NO Hello Music Land shows from Mondays to Wednesdays

Fantastical Family Package (U.P. $132 - savings of $22!)
Buy 4 tickets at $110
Group Booking of Minimum 50 pax
Group Booking of Entire Hall
School Booking (55% off)
(min. 30 students, 1 teacher to get in free with every 20 students)

For more information on Hello Music Land and contest details, please check:
For all ticketing information, please check:
For group bookings, please contact GV Group Bookings 6334 3766
LOCATION: GV VivoCity, Cinema 2, No 1, Harbourfront Walk, VivoCity, #02-30, Singapore 098585

National Museum of Singapore presents MATTHEW BARNEY - THE CREMASTER CYCLE AND DRAWING RESTRAINT 9 (13-16 June 2007)

Leave your inhibitions and logic at the door, and enter the sensuous, striking and disturbing world of Matthew Barney. Produced from 1994 till 2002, Matthew Barney's epic Cremaster cycle of films established his reputation as one of the most original artists of our time. Shot out of sequence - numbers 4, 1, 5, 2 and 3 - the films are jammed packed with a seemingly endless stream of visually stunning and original images that draw upon subjects as diverse as Hollywood movies, medical concepts, spiritual ideals, world mythology and biological systems, among other things.

His latest filmic work, Drawing Restraint 9 (2005), unfolds in a dream-like Asian setting. It features the creative input of his partner Björk, both in the mesmerizing score as well as playing a bride who travels to a Japanese whaling ship, the Nisshin Maru, for a bizarre wedding ceremony with an unnamed man played by Barney. The ending scenes alone will leave your eyes glued to the screen. Difficult to describe, his films never fail to provoke a reaction from the audience.

The National Museum Cinémathèque’s Alternative Visions series presents cutting edge work that pushes the boundaries of film and the moving image.

Cremaster 1 Dir: Matthew Barney 1995 / USA / 40 min / 35 mm / PG Cremaster 1 takes place on the blue Astroturf football field of Bronco Stadium in Boise, Idaho - Barney's hometown and the site of his high school football games. Hovering above the stadium are two Goodyear blimps, each inhabited by four flight attendants in immaculate Isaak Mizrahi designed uniforms. Beneath identical abstract Vaseline centerpieces in each blimp hides the stowaway Goodyear played by legendary performance artist Marti Domination, who forms diagrams with grapes that direct choreographic patterns created by a troupe of chorus girls on the field below. With a combination of the cool, detached universe of Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey and the exuberance of a Busby Berkeley musical, the all-female cast delineates the contours of a still-androgynous gonadal structure, which symbolizes a state of pure potential before sexual differentiation.

Cremaster 2 Dir: Matthew Barney 1999 / USA / 79 min / 35 mm / R21 For the second film of the Cremaster cycle, Barney reworks the Gothic western interweaving the stories of infamous murderer Gary Gilmore and escape artist Harry Houdini (played by Norman Mailer, who wrote The Executioner's Song, based on Gilmore’s life) into a dark tale of fate, justice and redemption. The film begins with a séance officiated by Baby Fay La Foe, Gilmore's grandmother, and traverses between 1977, the year of Gilmore's execution and 1893, where La Foe and Houdini supposedly had an affair after meeting at the World's Columbian Exposition. The desolate landscape of the Bonneville Salt Flats is the setting for Gilmore's execution, where he fulfils the Mormon belief of redemption through blood atonement. Barney plays the role of Gilmore and is joined in the cast by Slayer's former drummer, Dave Lombardo, as Johnny Cash, country singer Patti Griffin as Nicole Baker, Gilmore's girlfriend and a whole lot of bees.

Cremaster 3 Dir: Matthew Barney 2002 / USA / 182 min / 35 mm / M18 The most ambitious and the final film to be completed in the Cremaster cycle, Cremaster 3 is set in New York City during the construction of the iconic Chrysler Building in 1930. In the film, the building itself is both a character and the setting for the struggle between the Architect, Hiram Abiff (played by sculptor Richard Serra), the purported architect of King Solomon's Temple, and the Entered Apprentice (played by Barney). The two of them reenact Masonic initiation rites of death and resurrection in a film that includes a series of startling imagery like the emancipated female corpse of Gary Gilmore, a demolition derby in the Chrysler Building's lobby, and the climatic crowning of the Chrysler Building in green and orange ribbons. Another setting of Cremaster 3 is the famed Guggenheim Museum, where a bizarre game called the Order is played by the Apprentice who must overcome obstacles representing the five stages of the Cremaster cycle on each level of the museum's spiraling rotunda. The film is bookended with the battle between the mythical giants Fionn MacCumhail and Fingal which resulted in the formation of the Isle of Man, where the next installment of the Cremaster cycle will take place.

Cremaster 4 Dir: Matthew Barney 1994 / USA-France-UK / 42 min / 35 mm / NC16 The misty windswept countryside of the Isle of Man is the setting for the first film that Barney created for the Cremaster cycle, and it tackles the themes of biology, man and machine, and desire, against the backdrop of a Tourist Trophy sidecar race between two opposing teams. Combining Celtic lore, racing and the libidinal quest for maturity, the film uses landscape as character and establishes many of the themes that will appear later for the rest of the Cremaster films. Barney plays the character of the Loughton Candidate, an impeccably dressed red-haired satyr who tap dances his way through a slowly eroding floor at the Queen's Pier, travels across the bottom of the Irish Sea, and climbs into womb-like Vaseline tunnel. A trio of androgynous fairies - the Loughton Faerie, the Ascending Faerie, and the Descending Faerie - tends to the Loughton Candidate as he prepares for his tasks.

Cremaster 5 Dir: Matthew Barney 1997 / USA / 55 min / 35 mm / M18 The lush dreamscape of late nineteenth century Budapest provides the setting for the final installation of the Cremaster cycle. Structured like a five act opera, Ursula Andress plays the Queen of Chain who laments for her Diva, Magician and Giant (all played by Barney) in a haunting song of love and despair. The tragic love story plays out from the proscenium of the neo-Renaissance Hungarian State Opera House, onto the Lanchid Bridge and finally in the thermal pools of the Gellert Baths, as the Giant emerges climatically from the waters in a fully sexually differentiated state. Drawing Restraint 9 Dir: Matthew Barney 2005 / USA-Japan / 135 min / 35 mm / NC16 Drawing Restraint 9 is Barney’s latest film and it stars him and his partner Björk in the leading roles as Western guests on the Japanese whaling ship, the Nisshin Maru. As in the Cremaster cycle, Drawing Restraint 9 details the physical and mental transformation needed in the creative process. The film begins with an elaborate procession where hot petroleum jelly on a tanker truck is paraded from an oil refinery to the harbour and pumped into a giant open mold on the ship deck. The curing of the giant petroleum jelly sculpture on the deck of the ship as it travels to the icy seas of the Southern Ocean mirrors the courtship and story love of the two guests on the upper deck, as they undergo a series of Shinto inspired ceremonies where they are bathed, groomed and dressed in mammal furs. All this leads up to the spectacular and harrowing climax of the film, where they consummate their love by cutting away each other’s feet with flensing knives and transforming to whales.

Matthew Barney: No Restraint Dir: Alison Chernick 2006 / USA / 72 min / Beta / NC16 "No Restraint is an astonishingly voluptuous skeleton key to Matthew Barney" - The Village Voice How does artist Matthew Barney use 45,000 pounds of petroleum jelly, a factory whaling vessel and traditional Japanese rituals to create his latest art project? Barney plowed the waters off the coast of Nagasaki to film his massive endeavor, Drawing Restraint 9. The documentary Matthew Barney: No Restraint journeys to Japan with Barney and his collaborator Björk, as the visual artist creates a "narrative sculpture" telling a fantastical love story of two characters that transform from land mammals into whales. Official Selection 56th Berlin International Film Festival

Screening Schedule & Ticketing Information Wed 13 June / 7.30 pm / R21 / $10 Cremaster 1 (1995, 40 min) Cremaster 2 (1999, 79 min) Thurs 14 June / 7.30 pm / M18 / $10
Cremaster 3 (2002, 182 min) Fri 15 June / 7.30 pm / M18 / $10 Cremaster 4 (1994, 42 min) Cremaster 5 (1997, 55 min) Sat 16 June / 2.00 pm / M18 / $10 Cremaster 3 (2002, 182 min) Sat 16 June / 7.00 pm / NC16 / Free Admission (Seats available on a first-come-first-served basis, no booking required) Matthew Barney: No Restraint (2006, 72 min) Sat 16 June / 9.00 pm / NC16 / $10 Drawing Restraint 9 (2005, 135 min) Limited 5-in-1 Cremaster Cycle Pass for Cremaster 1 & 2 on 13 Jun, Cremaster 3 on 14 Jun and Cremaster 4 & 5 on 15 Jun at $22 available.

Counter Sales Stamford Visitor Services Counter, 10am - 8pm Canning Visitor Services Counter, 10am - 5pm Concession rates of 20% off full-priced tickets are available. For more information and online booking, please visit: http://www.nationalmuseum.sgTicketing enquiries, please call (65) 6332 3659 / (65) 6332 0111

Thursday, April 26, 2007


Track listing includes previously unreleased songs from Snow Patrol, Jet,
The Flaming Lips, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Wolfmother, The Walkmen, The Killers, and more!

Venice, California-based label Record Collection is set to release the original soundtrack to the highly anticipated motion picture Spider-Man™ 3, due in theaters on May 4th. The soundtrack, which will be released on May 1st, includes all-new original songs from established and emerging alt-rock and pop bands, including Snow Patrol, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Jet, The Flaming Lips, Wolfmother, The Walkmen and The Killers.

The lead single, “Signal Fire,” from multi-platinum UK artist Snow Patrol – which is already impacting Modern Rock, Hot AC, and Top 40 radio – kicks off the soundtrack, which also features brand-new music from a host of hot young artists, including Las Vegas’ multiple-Grammy nominees The Killers, Aussie garage-rock favorites Jet, and Grammy-winning hard rockers Wolfmother, as well as tracks from LA buzz band Simon Dawes and the Coconut Records song, “Summer Day.” The soundtrack was produced by D. Sardy, known for his work with Oasis, Jet, Wolfmother, Primal Scream, Cold War Kids, and more.

The soundtrack, released by LA-based label Record Collection (John Frusciante, Murs, The Walkmen) will be available in stores and through all online retailers on May 1st. For more information about Spider-Man 3, please visit the movie’s official website at

To hear a sample of Snow Patrol "Signal Fire", click here:

Catch the Full Blast Action of Spider-Man Marathon Exclusively at Golden Village Cinemas

Catch the Full Blast Action of Spider-Man Marathon Exclusively at Golden Village Cinemas Exclusive back-to-back screenings in GV Grand and GV Marina to kickstart the blockbuster season


Golden Village invites movielovers to relive the super hero adventures of Spider-man in its entirety back to back.
The movie marathon will screen all 3 films: Spider-Man, Spider-Man 2 and Spider-Man 3.
Tickets for the movie marathon are $32 dollars each and include free flow of popcorn and soft drinks.
The first 50 customers to purchase a pair of Spider-Man Marathon tickets at GV Marina or GV Grand will get a collectible Spider-Man 3 Watch, while stocks last.


- GV Grand, Great World City Level 3
- GV Marina, Marina Leisureplex Level 3


Friday, 4 May 2007
Screening schedules
Spider-Man ………...……..7.00pm
Spider-Man 2 ……………..9.20pm
Spider-Man 3 ……….……11.50pm
Spider-Man 3 will start screening in cinemas islandwide from 1 May, 2007.


- Ticket sales for the Spiderman Marathon will start from 27 April 2007 and can be purchased at Golden Village Cinema box office or via online and AXS.
- For more details, log on to

Spider-Man is rated PG, 120 minutes.
Spider-Man 2 is rated PG, 130 minutes.
Spider-Man 3 is rated PG, 140 minutes.

About ”Spider-Man”

In 2002, one of the world's most popular comic book heroes made his leap to the big screen. Released in conjunction with the 40th anniversary of the web-slinger's first appearance in a comic book, Spider-Man centers on an ordinary student named Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire) who, after being bitten by a genetically-altered spider, gains superhuman strength and the spider-like ability to cling to any surface. He vows to use his abilities to fight crime.

About “Spider-Man 2”

Two years have passed since the mild-mannered Peter Parker walked away from his longtime love Mary Jane Watson (Kirsten Dunst) and decided to take the road to responsibility as Spider-Man. Peter must face new challenges as he struggles to cope with "the gift and the curse" of his powers while balancing his dual identities as the elusive superhero Spider-Man and life as a college student. The relationships Peter holds most dear are now in danger of unraveling in the shape of Dr. Octopus.

About “Spider-Man 3”

Peter Parker has finally managed to strike a balance between his devotion to M.J. and his duties as a superhero. But there is a storm brewing on the horizon. When his suit suddenly changes, turning jet-black and enhancing his powers, it transforms Peter as well, bringing out the dark, vengeful side of his personality that he is struggling to control. Under the influence of the suit, Peter becomes overconfident and starts to neglect the people who care about him most. Forced to choose between the seductive power of the new suit and the compassionates hero he used to be, Peter must overcome his personal demons as two of the most feared villains yet, Sandman and Venom, gather unparalleled power and a thirst for retribution to threaten Peter and everyone he loves.

Monday, April 23, 2007

Music Soulchild : Live on VH1...."Amazing"

The R&B star gets unplugged and real with some of his classic songs in this exclusive performance Live @ .
Clink on the links below to see his great performance filmed at the VH1 studio's !

200 Pounds Beauty has opened at a strong number 2 at the Singapore box office

InnoForm Media and Shaw Organisation are proud to announce that the Korean romantic comedy 200 Pounds Beauty has opened at a strong number 2 at the Singapore box office, with more than S$270,000 last weekend.

The movie, which smashed the box office records for comedies in Korea when released last December, opened at the Singapore box office behind the Hollywood blockbuster Wild Hogs. For the past weekend, 200 Pounds Beauty collected $277,873 on 18 screens, out-performing other titles with the highest per screen average of $15,437. This is especially commendable in a crowded market place where there are 8 new movies opening last weekend.

After 4 days in cinemas, 200 Pounds Beauty is already the top performing Korean movie in Singapore since last year's The Host. The $277,873 opening is also the best opening for any Korean comedy in Singapore for the last 4 years. The highest grossing Korean comedy ever in Singapore was My Sassy Girl with $507,545 box office in 2002.

InnoForm Media and Shaw Organisation are hopeful that the movie will benefit from good word of mouth and march towards the $500,000 box office mark.

Friday, April 20, 2007

Pleasure Factory nabs Official Selection at Cannes Film Festival

InnoForm Media and Spicy Apple Films are proud to announce that the Ekachai Uekrongtham directed film Pleasure Factory has been chosen as part of the Official Selection at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. The movie will be competing in the Un Certain Regard category along with 15 other movies.

The Cannes Film Festival is the biggest and most prestigious film festival in the world, and this year marks the 60th Anniversary of the festival. This year, there were 1,615 films screened by the selection committee for consideration for the festival. The star studded event runs from May 16 to 27 in Cannes, on the French Riviera.

Director Ekachai Uekrongtham says, “We never dreamt the film would make it anywhere, let alone Cannes. I guess the best kind of pleasure comes when you least expect it."

InnoForm Media's General Manager Lim Teck says, "We are very excited that Pleasure Factory is in the running at the Cannes Film Festival. Ekachai has delivered a great film and we at InnoForm are very proud to be involved in this project. This is an important achievement for Singapore-made films and we hope this will be the start of many good things for this movie and the Singapore movie industry as a whole.”

Inspired by true stories and real-life characters, Pleasure Factory tells an intimate, intriguing and seductive tale involving pleasure seekers and pleasure providers in Geylang, Singapore’s very own red light district.

Spicy Apple co-produced the movie with InnoForm Media and the latter holds the film's domestic rights. World sales for international territories is handled by acclaimed and renowned international sales agent, the name of which will be later announced.

Singapore International Film Festival confirms that Solos will not have public screening

Solos, the only Singaporean film in competition for the 2007 Singapore International Film Festival (SIFF) Silver Screen awards, will not be holding its World Premiere in its home country but will still be allowed to compete for the festival's Silver Screen Awards.

Solos is one of eleven films selected to participate in competition for the Silver Screen awards and will be allowed a private screening for the festival's jury. The decision to cancel the public screening originally scheduled on the 25th April is a joint decision between the producers and the organizers of the festival to preserve the principal that films at the festival should be shown uncut. The film received an R21 rating with 3 cuts from the Board of Film Censors.

Solos is a story about love and explores relationships among three individuals who are struggling to open up their feelings towards each other.

Filmmakers Kan LUME and LOO Zihan co-directed Solos, which was inspired by true events of a teacher-student relationship. Solos is the 2nd collaboration of the two directors, the first being a short film, Untitled (2005), which took home the top prize at the Take 5! Guerilla Filmmaking Challenge 2005 organized by the Singapore History Museum

The film stars award winning theatre actors, LIM Yu-Beng ( Singapore Dreaming, Anna & the King, AD 2000) and GOH Guat Kian in her film debut. Director LOO Zi-han also wrote the screenplay and played the BOY role in the film. Sound design and music was composed by Darren NG, one of Singapore's most respected and acclaimed sound artist.

I n Solos, a man (LIM Yu-Beng) and a boy (LOO Zihan) struggle with their mutual sexual desire, all the more because it seems to be a transgression, an anomaly compared to the banal normality of the domestic family unit they try to fit into and live in. The BOY's mother (GOH Guat Kian) suffers from depression and loneliness but is unable to express her emotions to her son.

Solos is produced by Florence ANG with Ricardo UNCILLA as Executive Producer, and Kan Lume as Co-Producer.

Solos was shot on HD and edited on Grass ValleyT EDIUS HD from Thomson. AV8 Media provided the facility for editing. The film's running time is 77 minutes and has no dialogue.
Official Movie Website :

Thursday, April 19, 2007

Pretty Ricky : "Push It Baby" remix feat. Sean Paul

"Push It Baby"
remix feat. 'Sean Paul'

Cilck on link below to watch Pretty Ricky's brand new video !

Tuesday, April 17, 2007


Today, Golden Village announces its “Watch, Scratch & Win!” cinema promotion where cinema patrons will get to win BIG at all Golden Village cinemas. The promotion will run from 1 May till 1 July 2007 and is valid for both box office and online purchases.

The first 1000 patrons who visit any Golden Village cinema will get a sure-win scratch card with every two tickets purchased. Prizes include Golden Village VIP cards of 3 months worth of free movies, Golden Village Gold Class tickets, resort stay sponsored by, Fitness First gym memberships, complimentary 8 Days magazine subscription, as well as spa and retail treats by Andana, Gramophone, FOX, G2000 and Cedele.

In addition, movie-goers can get to double their chances of winning when they visit Golden Village Bishan or Golden Village Yishun during the promotion period. Patrons who visit these 2 locations will get an additional scratch card.

“We are looking forward to this year’s blockbuster season where there is a line-up of highly anticipated sequels namely Spider-Man 3, Shrek 3, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End, Live Free or Die Hard, Fantastic Four 2 and Ocean’s 13 and there is no better way to catch these blockbusters but on the biggest screens and we would like to make this year’s blockbuster season even bigger for our patrons through GV’s “Watch, Scratch and Sure-win promotion.” says Kenneth Tan, Managing Director of Golden Village Multiplex.

Details for the “Watch, Scratch & Win” cinema promotion will be available online from 1 May 2007 on

Tuesday, April 03, 2007


Director Tsai Ming Liang sang (Li Xiang Lan's "Heart Song") at the premiere at The Grand Cathay last night to 600 people!

Here are some pics including actors of the film:
Li Kang Sheng, Pearlly Chua and Norman

The response was very good and the audience clapped voluntarily after the show. (Director and stars had left for radio interviews so they weren't present then.)

Watch out for our coverage on the press conference and more!

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